Studio Designs Swivel Organizer

Item ID
RTA-10220
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A perfect organizer for any crafter or hobbyist, the Studio Designs Swivel Organizer offers nine shelves of varying sizes for all of your art supplies.
$235.00
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A perfect organizer for any crafter or hobbyist, the Studio Designs Swivel Organizer offers nine shelves of varying sizes for all of your art supplies. Features a top storage space (14-3/4"W x 13"D) which keeps more commonly used art materials handy and three revolving shelves (13-3/4"W x 7-1/4"D) that swivel out of the way for compact storage. Four sturdy casters provide easy transportation with two that lock for stability.

The swivel organizer also features three side storage shelves (12"W x 2-3/4"D x 6-1/2"H) which can hold paint cans or bottles and three rear shelves (14-3/4"W x 2-1/2"D). The Studio Designs Swivel Organizer includes three hooks which may be used for towels, fabric or various items.

The Studio Designs Swivel Organizer measures 32-1/2"H x 20-1/4"W x 14"D overall and is crafted of MDF with a white laminate finish. Assembly required.

More Information
Brand Studio Designs
Width 20-1/4"
Height 32-1/2"
Depth 14"
No. 10220

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